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critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load

Arnold D. Kerr

critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load

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Published by The Laboratory in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ice.

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    StatementArnold D. Kerr ; prepared for Directorate of Military Programs, Office, Chief of Engineers, by United States Army, Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.
    SeriesCRREL -- 79-19., CRREL report -- 79-19.
    ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Directorate of Military Programs., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17547743M


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critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load by Arnold D. Kerr Download PDF EPUB FB2

The critical velocities of moving loads over floating ice plates were determined by several authors. In all of these analyses it was assumed that the in-plane force field in the ice cover is zero. However, due to constrained thermal strains, in-plane forces do occur in the by: Kerr AD () The critical velocity of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces.

Cold Reg Sci Technol 6(3)– CrossRef MathSciNet Google Scholar Kim SM () Vibration and stability of axial loaded beams on elastic foundation under moving harmonic : Surkay D. Akbarov.

A.D. KERRThe critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subject to in plane forces Cold Regions Science and Technology, 6 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by:   Kerr, A. The critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in plane forces.

Cold Regions Sci. Tech. 6, – Kheisin, D. Moving load on an elastic plate which floats on the surface of an ideal fluid (in Russian).Cited by: The critical velocities of moving loads over floating ice plates were determined by several authors.

In all of these analyses it was assumed that the in-plane force field in the ice cover is zero. Kerr A () The critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces.

Cold Reg Sci Technol 6(3)– ArticleCited by: 5. Kerr, A. The critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces. Cold Reg. Sci. Technol. 6 (3), – Kheisin, D. The nonstationary problem of the vibrations of an infinite elastic plate floating Cited by: 6.

Kerr, A.D. The critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load. U.S. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, CRREL Report Kerr, A.D. The critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces.

Cold Reg. Sci. Tech., 6: Cited by: Critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load. Hanover, N.H.: The Laboratory, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arnold D Kerr; United States.

Army. Corps of Engineers. Directorate of Military Programs. Kerr, “The critical velocities of a moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces,” Cold Reg.

Sci. Techn., No. 6, – (). Kerr, A.D. () The critical velocities of a load moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces. Cold Reg. Sci. and Tech., 6, [The effects of the in-plane force field in the ice cover on the critical velocities of moving loads over floating ice plates are analyzed.

It is shown that a. The critical velocities of a moving on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in plane forces, Cold Regions Science and Technology,vol. 6, pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar Author: A. Bukatov. 2. Kerr, “The critical velocities of a moving source on a floating ice plate that is subjected to in-plane forces,” Gold.

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For a fixed driving frequency, increasing the speed of the load results in shorter, smaller amplitude waves ahead and longer, larger amplitude waves behind Cited by:   The multi-scales method is used to derive third-order equations of gravitational bending oscillations of a thin elastic plate floating on the surface of a homogeneous perfect incompressible fluid of finite depth.

The equations incorporate the compressive force and nonlinear acceleration of vertical displacements of the plate. Based on these equations, the deflection of the plate and the Cited by: 1. Moving the bottle does (practically) nothing to the fly's motion because the bottle is exerting very (very!!) little gravitational pull on the floating fly.

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Solution for #3: The buoyancy force can be found as follows: • The calculation of buoyancy forces and comparison with structure weight is a critical determination of this problem. While buoyancy of the first floor is not an issue (since. Ice thickness observations, North American Arctic and Subarctic,The critical velocities of a floating ice plate subjected to in-plane forces and a moving load: Princeton University.

Department of Civil Engineering.; Kerr, Arnold D. D. Kheisin, “ Nonstationary problem of the oscillations of an infinite elastic plate floating on the surface of an ideal liquid,” Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Mekh. Mashinostr. 1 (). Google Scholar; D. Kheisin, “ Dynamics of the ice cover,” Technical Report AD, Army Foreign Science and Technology Center, Washington, D.C., Author: Santu Das.

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